(CORYDALIS – DICENTRA CANADENSIS)
Syphilitic affections. Ulcers of mouth and fauces. Cancer cachexia pronounced. Gummata and night-pains. Chronic diseases, with atony. Tongue clean, broad, and full. Tissues flabby, doughy, cold. Gastric catarrh (Hydrast).
Skin.–Dry, scaly scabs on face of old people. Lymphatic glands swollen.
Relationship.–Nit ac; Kali iod; Fluor ac.
Dose.–Tincture, twenty drops three times a day.